Mary Sambrook

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This is Vudu Spark, Walmart’s very own Chromecast competitor

Add Walmart to the list of companies that’s trying to sell you a Chromecast-like HDMI streaming stick: The retail giant’s Vudu streaming service is …

4K didn’t happen in 2014. Will things look different in 2015?

Here’s the 4K content you’ve been waiting for: Streaming service M-GO announced Wednesday that it is making 70 4K titles available through Samsung …

There's An 11-Day Hole In Snowden's Story About Hong Kong

<i>Editor's note: This story was based on reporting from The Wall Street Journal and other sources. That reporting was incorrect, as new documents from The Intercept have shown and definitively detailed Edward Snowden's whereabouts during the period in question.</i><p><i>The Intercept's documents showed that</i> …

Pictures of the Week 7.31.14

Food52

Inside Flipboard / October 14, 2013<p>How you eat is how you live. That’s the “cooking manifesto” of Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, creators of …

Neuroepithelial cells in an embryonic rat spinal cord

<b>Neuroepithelial cells in an embryonic rat spinal cord</b><p>The embryo has the demanding task of dedicating and specializing just a sheet of cells to become one of the most complex and mysterious structures in all of biology: the brain. The early brain actually begins as a thin tube called the neural tube. The neural tube produces neurons that migrate outward, eventually becoming the brain and spinal cord. Seen here are early neurons, called neuroepithelial cells, adjacent to the tube.<p><i>Image by Dr.</i> …